Updated Servcice Times

For the new update of Mass/Confession/Exposition prayer times, please click here: https://stdavidandstpatrick.org/mass-times/

This was updated to reflect the changes needed because of Covid-19 to facilitate the re-opening of our parish. Please note that Masses are no longer broadcast on-line.

These times will be reviewed as Government advice changes.

Mass Times Update

27th July 2020.

There will be no Masses celebrated in St David and St Patrick’s Parish until the Vigil Mass on Saturday 1st August at 6:00pm. I look forward to celebrating Mass with you from that date onwards. 

If you need a priest in an emergecy please make contact with Tenby Parish on 01834 842692. A priest has been apointed to cover Withybush hospital, and he can be contacted via the hospital switchboard.

From the 1st August, Mass will be celebrated on Saturday evening at 6pm and Sunday Morning at 10am, both at Haverfordwest. The 10am Mass will also be bebrodcast on the parish YouTube page. http://m.youtube.com/user/LIFBB There is a Sunday evening Mass at Narberth at 5pm. Attendance at these Masses is on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

Re-opening our churches.

Our churches are re-opening soon, but we need to have two stewards in place to offer assistance and to help clean the buildings. Are you under 70 years old and are neither shielding nor in quarantine? If so, and if you can help out, then please email with your contact details and let me know at what times you can help. Email me at: haverfordwest@menevia.org

Provisionally the opening times are going to be…

St David and St Patricks, Haverfordwest:
Monday 10:00am – 1:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am – 1:00pm
Thursday 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday 1:00 – 4:00pm 

Immaculate Conception, Narberth:
Tuesday 10:00am – 1:00pm
Wednesday 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday 11:00 – 2:00pm

These times are subject to revision. If there aren’t enough people to help at a given time, then the times may have to be adjusted. Advice sheets will be provided to volunteers to give support and direction, also PPE is available for your use. 

The Diocesan Health and Safety Office has told us that they have to inspect the premises and issue a certificate before our churches can be re-opened. Our two churches are very ready, and I hope to have our certificates as soon as possible. Once I have the correct documentation in place I will confirm our opening times. 

Keep safe and God bless, and I look forward to seeing you very soon, 
Fr Liam